NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #208 ~ 11-23-19]

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Pictured: Parliament/Funkadelic.

We held off from putting last Saturday’s pre-Thanksgiving revels online, though not owing to the usual allegations of libel and character assassination nor sundry other threats of litigation. Rather, we decided to offer our unique form of distraction to the indolent souls comprising our audience, on the day they could appreciate it the most: Black Friday. So dig in, and scarf up the macédoine of fab tunes heard last Saturday evening at the Purple Bat Lounge, all the while knowing that you were spared the indignity of actually having to be there. Just click on the big arrow, and it’s all yours…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 208 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The O’Jays — “Back Stabbers” —  Back Stabbers

Segun Robert — “Big Race” — Brand New Wayo: Funk, Fast Times & Nigerian Boogie Badness 1979-1983     

The Statesmen — “Rampage” — Strummin’ Mental! Vol. 5

Jackie Mittoo & The Aggravators — “Channel 1 Crash” — Bunny Lee Presents: Jamaican Rockers 1975-1979

Champion Jack Dupree — “The Wrong Woman” — Rumba Blues, Vol. 3: Guitar Cha-Cha-Cha (How Latin Music Changed R&B) 1955-1958

Pijuan Y Su Sextet — “Shake It Don’t Break It” — Big Ol’ Bag O’ Boogaloo Vol. 2

The Pretty Things — “Walking Through My Dreams” — S.F. Sorrow

Sayuri Yoshinaga With Schoolmates — “Koi No Yorokobi” — Nippon Girls 1: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1966-70

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Thin Men — “Indian Love Call” — Malamondo 4

THE SECOND SET

Pan Ron — “Don’t Speak” — Dengue Fever Presents Electric Cambodia

Procol Harum — “Still There’ll Be More” — Home

Amor Indio — “Chivato Bailarin” — Chicha For The Jet Set

The Cramps — “Sunglasses After Dark” — Songs The Lord Taught Us

Nahid Akhtar — “Mera Mehbob Hai” — Uf Yeh Beevian (Original Soundtrack)

Don Sargent & His Buddies — “Voodoo Kiss” — Technicolor Paradise: Rhum Rhapsodies & Other Exotic Delights

Ibo Combo — “Mateau (Trio Select)” — Sofrito: Haiti Direct EP

Louis Jordan — “Louisville Lodge Meeting” — Louis Jordan: The Anthology 1938 – 1953

THE THIRD SET

Marcello Giombini — “Sabata” — The Ecstasy Of Gold Vol.1: 23 Killer Bullets From The Spaghetti West

Freddie Coaster — “Be My Love” — Stompin’ 13

Los Shains — “Agente Secreto” — El Ritmo De Los Shains

T.Rex — “Mambo Sun” — Electric Warrior

Ayalèw Mèsfin — “Hasabé” — Éthiopiques 8 : Swinging Addis

Hasil Adkins — “Do The Scalp” — The Wild Man

Frente Cumbiero — “Unconvention” — Names You Can Trust 45rpm

Robert Parker — “All Nite Long (Part 2)” — Instrumentals Soul-Style 1955-1962

Bunny Lee & The Aggravators — “Shalin Temple Dub” — Super Dub Disco Style

THE FINAL SET

George Clinton with Parliaments/Funkadelic — “Fish, Chips & Sweat” — The Singles 1967-1971

Franco et Ok Jazz — “Azda” — Congo 70: Rumba Rock

The Stooges — “1970” — Fun House

The Fore Thoughts — “Jungee” — Pakistan: Folk and Pop Instrumentals 1966-1976

The Outcasts — “I’m In Pittsburgh (And It’s Raining)” — Garage Beat ’66 Vol. 7: That’s How It Will Be!

Ike Bennett & The Crystalites — “Ilya Kuryakin” — Feel Like Jumping: Rock Steady and Reggae from Jamaica 1966-68

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Lijadu Sisters — “You Can Touch Me” — KonKombé DVD

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #207 ~ 11-16-19]

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Pictured: Jonathan Richman.

Well, that was anything but your normal-formal Saturday evening at the Purple Bat Lounge. DJ Lee-Roy stated his case, straight out of the gate, that he belonged to the exploited underclass and wanted his co-host (and legal guardian AND the guy who pays for whatever it is that Uncle Morty brings to the front curb every week) Reeshard to do something about it. The source of the dog’s umbrage and newly politicized outlook? Why the Little Red Book, of course. Though as the evening proceeded, the tome in question was not the red book authored by Chairman Mao. It was, instead, this one, as provided by bartender LaWanda. And it did show Lee-Roy a lot that he hadn’t been getting. All this, as more than 30 stormin’ tunes played, The Madison staged a Dolomite double feature and the most famous pit bull on Brush Street searched for a Rasta date for the movies, with questionable success. It’s a lot to take in, we’ll admit, but listening makes it go down that much more easily. So click just down there and hear for yourself…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 207 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

MFSB — “K-Jee” — Philadelphia International Records: 40th Anniversary

Hotline — “Fella’s Doing It in Lagos” — Doing It in Lagos: Boogie, Pop & Disco in 1980s Nigeria

The Bomboras — “Project Zero” — Head Shrinkin’ Fun

Los Megatones De Lucho — “Salsa” — Dj Hecu Presenta: Wild Rhythms, Vol. 1 By Salsa Son Timba

Mel Torme — “Comin’ Home Baby” — Mod Anthems: Original Northern Soul, R’N’B & Ska Classics

The Amranim — “Shedemati” — Da’asa: The Haunting Sounds Of Yemenite-Israeli Funk 1973-1984

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Bill Doggett — “The Funky Whistler” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Lee “Scratch” Perry & The Upsetters — “Cold Sweat” — Return Of Django

Tippie & The Clovers — “Bossa Nova Baby” — Elvis Heard Them Here First

Geraldo Pino — “Let Them Talk” — Heavy Heavy Heavy

The Velvetones — “Beetle Walk’ — Tabu! Exotic Music To Strip By! Vol. 3

Kelso Herston — “Goldfinger” — Crypt of Instros #2

Perez Prado — “Tema de Goldfinger” — Guantanamera

The Concords — “Monticello” — The Super Rare Doo Wop Box 1951-1954

The Mysterians — “My Girl Les” — Let’s A Go-Go! Singapore And Southeast Asian Pop Scene 1964-69

Sly And The Family Stone — “Loose Booty” — Higher!

El Combo De Pepe, Canta Charlie Palomares — “Yo Traigo Boogaloo” — Gózalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol. 4

The Majestics — “Treat Me Like You Want To Be Treated” — Souvenirs Of The Soul Clap Vol. 1: Jonathan Toubin’s New York Night Train

THE THIRD SET

Was (Not Was) — “Wheel Me Out” — Disco Not Disco (Leftfield Disco Classics from the New York Underground)

Keyboard — “Hungry Man” — Hungry Man

Link Wray — “Slinky” — The Rumbling Guitar Sound Of Link Wray ‘58-‘62

Bunny Lee & The Revolutionaries— “Heavyweight Dub” — Super Dub Disco Style

Denny Ezba & The Goldens — “Susie-Q” — Loc-A-Li & Eeny Meeny – Exotic Blues & Rhythm Vol. 11 & 12

Fadoul — “Sid Redad” — Al Zman Saib

The Primitives — “The Ostrich” — Lou Reed: Pre Velvet Underground

Adnan Othman — “Tinggi Gunong Sa-Ribu Janji” — Bersyukor: A Retrospective of Hits by a Malaysian Pop Yeh Yeh Legend

THE FINAL SET

Mighty Hannibal — “Jerkin’ the Dog” — Hannibalism!

The Joe Cuba Sextet — “Ooh! Ah!” — Vampisoul: In Search Of The Cool

Crabby Appleton —“Go Back” — Crabby Appleton

Franco & Rochereau — “Lisanga Ya Ba Nganga” — Omona Wapi

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Jonathan Richman — “They Showed Me The Door To Bohemia” — Blue Arrow 45rpm

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #206 ~ 11-02-19]

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Pictured: Jean Paul ‘El Troglodita.’

After the last pumpkin has burnt out and begun to shrivel and liquefy; after the last costumed reveler has been apprehended; and after the last crack house set ablaze on Devil’s Night is reduced to a heap of smoking embers, something like normalcy returns to The Purple Bat Lounge. Wait! Did we say that the last blaze was extinguished? Far from it, Group! Why, one of the bar’s own DJ’s — yes, it was Lee-Roy, as though you had to ask — managed to ignite the audio mixer as last Saturday’s first set concluded. Anything after that might seem anti-climactic, but only to those unfamiliar with the innate potential within a Saturday evening on Brush Street. Blaxploitation movies playing at The Madison, a visit from Uncle Morty and the ever-escalating war of words between DJ Reeshard and his canine charge…well, it all goes toward ‘upping the FUN quotient,’ as the dog would have it. Find out how, simply by clicking on the big arrow, a few pixels south of here…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 206 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Johnny Guitar Watson — “I Need It” — Ain’t That a Bitch

MFB — “Beware” — Nigeria Soul Power 70: Afro-Funk, Afro-Rock, Afro-Disco

The Fender IV — “Everybody Up” — The Surf Creature Vol.

MAshraf — “Music” — Dekha Jaye Ga OST

Danny Owens — “You’re A Little Too Late” — Shadrach And Boomstix!: Exotic Blues & Rhythm Vol. 9 & 10

Ranking Joe — “Fire” — Zion High with Black Uhuru & Dennis Brown

The Roosters — “Chicken Hop” — Felsted 45rpm

Eloise Lewis — “I Need It” — Bahamas Goombay 1951-1959

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Politicians — “Free Your Mind” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Antibalas — “Gabe’s New Joint” — Talkatif

Nina Simone — “Funkier Than A Mosquito’s Tweeter” — Jazzman 45rpm

Meridian Brothers Y Grupo Renacimiento — “La Policía” — NTCT 45rpm

The Chapells — “Help Me Somebody” — Basement Beehive: The Girl Group Underground

Black Affairs — “La Vie Musique” — Antilles Cherries: Compa/Cadence – Foundation Dance Music From The Caribbean

Funkadelic — “You Can’t Miss What You Can’t Measure” — Cosmic Slop

Pan Ron — “Pros Chang Reiy” — Groove Club Vol. 2: Cambodian Rock Spectacular!

THE THIRD SET

T.Rex — “Is It Love?” — T.Rex

The Telstars — “World Of Tomorrow” — Soundway 45rpm

The Tracers — “She Said Yeah” — Fort Worth Teen Scene Vol. 1

Dogliotti — “Negro En Sol Menor” — Movers!

Baby Earl and the Trini-dads — “Back Slop” — Souvenirs of the Soul Clap Vol. 4

Dara Puspita — “Pip Pip Yeah” — 1966-1968

The Revelairs — “San-Ho-Zay” — Rare Surf Vol 2: The South Bay Bands

Ennio Morricone — “Il Giardino Delle Delizie” — The Ennio Morricone Anthology: A Fistful of Film Music

Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs — “Ju Ju Hand” — The MGM Singles 1965-1973

Jean Paul ‘El Troglodita’ — “Everything’s Gonna Change” — Peru Bravo: Funk, Soul & Psych from Peru’s Radical Decade

THE FINAL SET

Roxy Music — “Angel Eyes (7” Version)” — Singles, B-Sides And Alternative Mixes

Harmonia — “Sonnenschein” — Musik von Harmonia

Flo & Eddie — “Come To My Rescue Webelos” — Columbia 45rpm

Franco, Simaro, N’dombe Et Le T.P. Ok Jazz — “Moleka Okoniokolo Ngai Tina?” — Monzo ‘77/‘79

The Nocturnes — “Cyclone” — Elemental Instrumentals!! Raw, Primitive Instrumental Rock From Cuca Records

Wganda Kenya — “El Abanico” — The Afrosound of Colombia Vol.1

The Monks — “Oh, How To Do Now” — Black Monk Time

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Lee Perry — “Theme From Hong Kong” — Jamaica Soul 3: A Serious Selection Of ‘Groovy Hits’ From Lee Perry’s Productions (1969-1977)

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #205 ~ 10-26-19]

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Pictured: The Cramps.

HERE IT IS: The episode commemorating the 6th Anniversary of No Condition Is Permanent‘s debut as part of Luxuria Music’s Saturday evening line-up. That the show began on Halloween seemed to augur well for its future. At any rate, that’s our story and we’re sticking to it. We — being DJ’s Reeshard & Lee-Roy —  spun a lot of spooky novelty singles over the course of last Saturday evening, during which the Purple Bat Lounge staged its annual costume competition. The bar offers a bottle of Kentucky Owl as the yearly prize, though no one can remember anyone ever winning. (The collective recall of The Purple Bat’s patrons is often challenged by issues just such as these.) That bartender LaWanda dusted off the bottle in question as the competition began, left many wondering…but that’s neither here nor there. Halloween is our favorite time of year and, as always, it wouldn’t be the same without you. Hit that arrow-thing down there, and get your witch on…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 205 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST

The Essex — “Cemetary Stomp” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar, Vol. 1: Big Noise From Waimea!

The Fleshtones — “Screamin’ Skull” — Hexbreaker!

Don Sonrabiab — “Soul Dracula” — Thai Beat A Go-Go Vol. 3

The Drivers — “Dry Bones Twist” — King Records Story: Only Young Once ’62

King Horror — “Dracula Prince of Darkness” — Loch Ness Monster

Bobby Bare — “Vampira” — I Was A Teenage Brain Surgeon

The Five Jones Boys — “Mr. Ghost Goes To Town” — Kogar’s Spooky Spectacular

Sonny Day — “Creature From Outer Space” — Horror Hop

The Keytones — “I Was a Teenage Monster” — Halloween Nuggets: Monster Sixties a Go-Go

The Frantics — “Werewolf” — Born Bad Volume 3

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Poindexter Bros. — “The Booga Man” — Malamondo 5

THE SECOND SET

The Moontrekkers — “Night Of The Vampire” — Vampires Cowboys Spacemen And Spooks: The Very Best Of Joe Meek’s Instrumentals

LaVern Baker — “Voodoo Voodoo” — Blues, Blues, Hoodoo Halloween: Scary Jazz and Blues from 1925 to 1961

Round Robin — “I’m The Wolfman” — I Was A Teenage Brain Surgeon

The Blackstones — “Os Monstros” — Haunted Halloween

The Castle Kings — “You Can Get Him Frankenstein” — Atlantic ’61 / ’62: Gems from the Vaults: Up On The Roof

Jack & Jim — “Midnight Monster Hop” — I Was A Teenage Brain Surgeon

Los Sleepers — “Zombie” — Kogar’s Spooky Spectacular

Los Africanos — “Monster Party” — Let’s Boogaloo, Vol. 6: Explosive Deep Funk, Northern Soul & Dancefloor Jazz En El Barrio

Count Down & the Moonsters — “Hindu On a Honda” — Malamondo 5

The Ventures — “He Never Came Back” — Halloween Instrumentals

Christine Pilzer — “Dracula” — Femmes De Paris, Vol.1

THE THIRD SET

The Devils — “The Exorcist” — Ain’t Nothin’ ‘Bout ‘Gator Huntin’!

Morgus & the 3 Ghouls [Dr. John] — “Morgus The Magnificent” — The Dr. John Anthology

Baron Daemon & The Vampires — “Ghost Guitars” — Wavy Gravy 45rpm

The Magics — “Zombie Walk” — Haunted Halloween

Johnny Fever — “Zombie” — Kogar’s Spooky Spectacular

The Crystals — “Vampire” — Mercury Rock & Roll Party

Bo Diddley — “Bo Meets The Monster” — Oh Yeah!

Lenny Bruce — “My Werewolf Mama” — The Real Lenny

The Emersons — “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” — I Was A Teenage Brain Surgeon

Lon Chaney Jr. — “Spider Baby Theme” — Spider Baby Soundtrack

Terry Teene — “Here Comes the Hearse” — Halloween Nuggets: Monster Sixties a Go-Go

THE FINAL SET

The Cramps — “Big Black Witchcraft Rock” — Fiends Of Dope Island

Aural Exciters — “Emile (Night Rate)” — Spooks In Space

Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble & Jaki Liebezeit — “Twilight World” — How Much Are They EP

The Revels — “Midnight Stroll” — Lux and Ivy’s Favorites Vol 5

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Brother Theodore — “Horror of the Blood Monsters” — Lowbrow Vol.1: Sweet Beat

Screamin’ Jay Hawkins — “Feast Of The Mau Mau’ — Spellbound!

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P.S. The bed music heard during this evening’s DJ breaks — “Satan Takes A Holiday” — was performed by none other than Anton Sandor LaVey, America’s high priest of Satanism (& frequent orgy buddy of Sammy Davis Jr.) pictured above with pal Jayne Mansfield.

NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #204 ~ 10-19-19]

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Pictured: A Chet Atkins model Gretsch guitar, circa 1960.

Halloween is approaching, which is not only our favorite holiday but also represents the 6th anniversary of No Condition Is Permanent taking over the weekly Saturday evening shift at Luxuria Music. In the run-up to the big day, The Madison is showing yet another sleazy-yet-spooky twin-bill. DJ Lee-Roy is also gearing up for the occasion, planning a most special costume (which may upset sensitive souls and/or residents of Georgia). He and co-host Reeshard colored the atmosphere within the Purple Bat Lounge with three dozen tracks selected for their suitability to rattle windows in the neighborhood. Check it out, all of it, simply by clicking immediately below…

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 204 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Yvonne Fair — “Funky Music Sho Nuff Turns Me On” — Sweet Soul Music: 23 Scorching Classics from 1974

Makonde — “Manzara” — EMI 45rpm

The Good Guys— “Collision Course” — Boss Drag ’64

Joe Bataan — “Subway Joe” — Subway Joe

Chet Atkins — “El Cumbanchero” — Songs We Taught Deke Dickerson

John Holt — “Fat Girl, Sexy Girl” — Rupie’s Scorchers: Classic Early Success Productions 1969-71

George Bradley & His Group — “Breakout” — Instro-Hipsters a Go-Go! Vol.3

Quitapenas – “Ya Veran” — Ya Veran

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Black On White Affair — “A Bunch of Changes” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Paul Revere & the Raiders — “Ups and Downs” — Hungry for Kicks: Singles & Choice Cuts 1965-69

Ahmed Sharief Yusuf — “Berflasana” — Afro7 45rpm

The Tune Rockers — “Green Mosquito” — The Roots of Punk Rock Music 1929-1962

Meral Atakök — “Masa Üstünde Testi” — Saz Beat: Turkish Rock, Funk, And Psychedelic Music Of The 1960s And 1970s

The Marvelettes — “Too Many Fish In The Sea” — The Motown Box

Dr. Alimantado — “Tribute To The Duke” — Best Dressed Chicken In Town

The Jades — “Lost Train” — You’re Not From Around Here OST

Los Diablos Negros — “Last Night” — Algo Salvaje: Untamed 60s Beat And Garage Nuggets From Spain Vol.2

Kid Creole & The Coconuts — “Going Places” — Fresh Fruit in Foreign Places

Les Loups Noirs — “Comprann Lavi” — Encore

THE THIRD SET

El Haru Kuroi — “Jaqui” — Sabung

Larry & The Blue Notes — “In And Out” — Fort Worth Teen Scene Vol. 1

Ali Hassan Kuban — “Artasu Nartasu” — Walk Like A Nubian

Red Prysock — “Chop Suey” — Dr. Boogie Presents Bear Traces: Nugget’s From Bob’s Barn

Bobby Pauneto — “No-Van-Co” — Boogaloo Pow Wow: Dancefloor Rendez-Vous In Young Nuyorica

The Viscounts — “Chug-A-Lug” — The Viscounts

Inner Circle & The Fatman Riddim Section — “Down Rhodesia” — Heavyweight Dub

Derek And Ray — “Interplay” — The Northern Soul Story Vol.4: Wigan Casino

Baksey Cham Krong — “B.C.K.” — Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll

THE FINAL SET

The Celebrities — “Mambo Daddy” — Granpa’s Gully Rock: 25 Dynamite R&B Gems, Vol. 3

Pamelo Mounka — “Non Monsieur” — L’Incontournable

Lil’ Lavair And The Fabulous Jades — “Cold Heat” — Cold Heat: Heavy Funk Rarities 1968-1974 Vol.1

Delai Alamos Con Los King Stay — “El Grito De Los King” — MAG 45rpm

Johnny Zorro — “Where’s Chico” — Frolic Diner Vol. 6

Los Mirlos — “Sonido Amazónico” — Cumbías Chichadélicas (Peruvian Psychedelic Chicha)

The Velvet Underground — “I Can’t Stand It [live]” — The Bootleg Series, Vol.1: The Quine Tapes

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Vytas Brenner — “Araguaney” — Soul Jazz Records Presents Venezuela 70: Cosmic Visions Of A Latin American Earth: Venezuelan Experimental Rock in the 1970s

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #203 ~ 10-12-19]

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Pictured: Bunny Lee.

As late summer doldrums disappear in the rear-view mirror, even the narcotic-positive patrons of the Purple Bat Lounge sense Father Time dropping his foot on the accelerator. Why, in the space of a single Saturday evening they witnessed: Lee-Roy diving into a new special issue of Paws’n’Gravy magazine (to the extent that he nearly forgot about the show); DJ Reeshard and the aforementioned pit bull selecting nearly three dozen tunes and playing same at lease-breaking volume; Uncle Morty turning up with a small canister whose label spelled ‘trouble’ (though using different letters to accomplish as much); and the beginning of Halloween programming at The Madison. It’s all there to be heard, in whatever you consider as linear time, simply by clicking immediately below…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 203 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Rose Royce — “Best Love” — Stronger Than Ever

Jo Bisso — “Give It Up” — Africa Airways One: Funk Connection 1973-1980

The Varitones — “Repeto” — The Surf Creature

Ros Serey Sothea — “Kerh Snae Kyoum Thai (Have You Seen My Boyfriend?)” — Cambodian Rocks

Willie Hobbs [w Pic & Bill] — “Action” — Nobody Has To Tell Me

Anne Mari — “Wild Party” — Nippon Girls 2: Japanese Pop, Beat & Rock’n’roll 1965-70

Bobby Roberts & The Ravons — “How Can I Make Her Mine” — CamPark Records: The British Invasion Vol. 13

Coco Lagos Y Sus Orates — “Gozando Descargas” — Ritmo Caliente

Apostolic Intervention — “(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me” — Immediate Mod Box Set

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Gene Page — “Blacula Strikes” — Blacula OST

THE SECOND SET

Cornaire Salifou Michel, El Rego & Ses Commandos — “Gangnidodo” — African Scream Contest Vol. 2: Benin 1963-1980

The Kinks — “You Shouldn’t Be Sad” — Kinda Kinks [mono]

Hongthong Dao Udon — “Never Loved” — Thai Funk ZudRangMa Vol.2

Johnny Buckett — “Let Me Play Wit’ Yo’ Poodle” — Sin Alley Pt. One: 30 Real Gone Rockabilly & R&B Howlers!

Bunny Lee & The Aggravators — “Super Rockers Dub” — Super Dub Disco Style

The Detroit Emeralds — “Things Are Looking Up” — The Westbound Sound of Detroit: Sensational Motor City Groups 1969-1975

Adnan Othman — “Si Dia Sayang” — Bersyukor: A Retrospective of Hits by a Malaysian Pop Yeh Yeh Legend

The “5” Royales — “Tell The Truth” — Monkey Hips And Rice: The “5” Royales Anthology

The Scorpions & Saif Abu Bakr — “Bride Of Africa (Feat. Osman Zeeto)” — Jazz, Jazz, Jazz

THE THIRD SET

Los Bravos — “Like Nobody Else” — Black Is Black

Los Destellos — “Volando Alto” — The Rough Guide To Los Destellos

Shoes — “She’ll Disappear” — Black Vinyl Shoes

Orchestre African Fiesta — “Mambo Hawaienne” — Congo Revolution: Afro-Latin, Jazz & Funk ­– Sounds From The Two Congos 1957-1973

The Shangri-Las — “The Dum Dum Ditty” — Myrmidons Of Melodrama

Stelvio Cipriani — “Blindman’s Arrival” — Blindman OST

Alan Vega and Martin Rev — “Be Bop Kid” — Suicide (Second Album)

Manzanita Y Su Conjunto — “Vírgenes Del Sol” — Cumbías Chichadélicas (Peruvian Psychedelic Chicha)

The Mothers Of Invention — “Trouble Every Day” — Freak Out! (US mono)

THE FINAL SET

Sohail Rana — “Badal Aur Bijli” — Disco Dildar

Roxy Music — “Prairie Rose” — Country Life

The Exciters — “New Bag (Soul Boogaloo)” — Panama! Latin, Calypso & Funk On The Isthmus

Roy Gaines — “Alabama Sue” — Jukebox Mambo Vol.3

Revolutionaries — “Devil’s Bug” — Front Line Presents Dub: 40 Heavyweight Dub Sounds

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Lady June (w. Kevin Ayers & Brian Eno) — “Tunion” — Lady June’s Linguistic Leprosy

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #202 ~ 10-05-19]

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Pictured: Tura Satana in Faster Pussycat Kill! Kill!

It is Tura’s portrait of Varla in Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! that stopped the clock forever. With her trademark Germaine Monteil eyeliner and Max Factor pancake, a Frederick’s of Hollywood bra with specially made cups that ensured even cleavage with no unexpected pop-outs, and leather gloves—one of which inevitably holds a slim Nat Sherman cigarette—Varla’s a gender-bending femme fatale who still packs a wallop nearly forty years later. Tura didn’t have to do any research for the part. The tragic events of her childhood gave her a grim insight into the role that couldn’t be begged, borrowed, or stolen. “Varla is the most honest, maybe the one honest portrayal in the Meyer canon,” writes critic Richard Corliss. “Certainly the scariest.”

— Jimmy McDonough, Big Bosoms and Square Jaws: The Biography of Russ Meyer

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 202 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

MFSB w/The Three Degrees — “T.S.O.P. [The Sound of Philadelphia]” — Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia

Orchestre Abass — “Soo Soo Mungha” — De Bassari Togo

The Road Runners — “Quasimoto” — Strummin’ Mental! Volume 5

Tommy McCook — “Glorious Lion” — Blazing Horns / Tenor In Roots

Toni & The Hearts — “Back To School” — Eccentric Soul: The Path Label

Saadet Gürses — “Ay Bir Tane” — Saz Beat Vol. 3: Turkish Rock, Funk, And Psychedelic Music Of The 1960s And 1970s

The Mothers Of Invention — “No. No. No. (Original Mix)” — Cruising With Ruben & The Jets

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Bert A. Shefter/Paul Sawtell — “Three Weirdos” — Motor Psycho/Mudhoney/Finders Keepers

THE SECOND SET

Los Destellos — “El Boogaloo Del Perro” — The Rough Guide To Los Destellos

Nelson Sanders — “Mojo Man” — Souvenirs Of The Soul Clap Vol. 5

Mahmoud Ahmed — “Belomi Benna” — Ethiopiques, Vol. 7: Ere Mela Mela 1975-1978

The Episode Six — “Slow Down” — The In Crowd: UK Mod R&B Beat 1964-1967

Wareika Hill Sounds — “Africa Freedom March” — Wareika Hill Sounds

The Undertones — “True Confessions (Keyboard Version)” — The Undertones

Eddie Palmieri — “Revolt/La Libertad Logico” — Vamonos Pa’l Monte

Musical Linn Twins — “Indian Rock” — Sin Alley Vol. 3

The Youngsters (Brazil) — “Abertura” — Ain’t Nothin’ ‘Bout ‘Gator Huntin’!

THE THIRD SET

The Purple Underground — “Count Back” — Garage Beat ’66 Vol. 3: Feeling Zero

Wganda Kenya — “El Nativo” — The Afrosound Of Colombia, Vol. 2

Phil Manzanera — “Frontera” — Diamond Head

The Aggrovators — “Jammie in the Arena” — Jammies in Lion Dub Style

The Francettes — “Late in the Evening” — Beche 45rpm

Sornpetch Pinyo — “Luek Rao Dume Nom” — Luk Thung! The Roots Of Thai Funk: Zudrangma Vol. 3

The Rolling Stones — “Come On” — Beat Beat Beat At The Beeb 1963-1965

La Playa Sextet — “No Me Dejes” — Boogaloo Pow Wow: Dancefloor Rendez-Vous In Young Nuyorica

Booker T. & The MG’s — “You Can’t Sit Down” — That Cat Was Clean! The Mod Side Of Jazz

Buddy Pipp’s Highlifers — “Ghana Special” — Highlife On the Move: Selected Nigerian & Ghanaian Recordings from London & Lagos 1954-66

THE FINAL SET

Ervin Rucker & The Blues Nighthawks — “Done Done The Slop” — At The Party Too!: Too Much Goin’ On!

Asha Bhosle — “Ankhen Meri Maikhana” — Doob Doob O’ Rama 2: More Filmsongs From Bollywood

Fleetwood Mac — “Tell Me All The Things You Do” — Kiln House

Matata — “Wanna Do My Thing” — Afro Funk Explosion: Motherload From The Motherland

MC5 — “Looking At You (Instrumental Version)” — Power Trip

Attarazat Addahabia & Faradjallah — “Aflana” — Al Hadaoui

The Rhythm Surfers — “502” — Surfer’s Mood Vol. 2

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Jonathan Richman — “Outside O’ Duffy’s” — Ishkode! Ishkode!

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #201 ~ 09-28-19]

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Pictured: Devo.

It’s still warm down on Brush St., and no one feels this more inside the Purple Bat Lounge than its DJ — the one  permanently sewn into a fur coat. Lee-Roy continues to seek relief on the bar’s Outdoor Patio™, where sizzling bug carcasses provide a soundtrack nearly as interesting as the three dozen tunes spun by our canine selector and his partner & appointed guardian, Reeshard. In an effort to locate a lighter, Lee-Roy spent some of his time indoors rooting around within bartender LaWanda’s purse, the latter crammed with the tools of her trade. Our dog found the much needed implement immediately prior to Uncle Morty’s arrival. Which was good, as on this particular Saturday, Morty came bearing some of his private reserve. And what would that be? To learn this and so much more, just click on the arrow immediately below. And then, to borrow from Lowell Thomas, you are there…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 201 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The Sisters Love — “Give Me Your Love” — Mojo Club Presents Dancefloor Jazz Vol. 7

Grotto — “Bad City Girl” — Lagos Disco Inferno

The Surfmen — “El Toro” — Surfer’s Mood Vol. 3

Johnny Colon & Orchestra — “Canallon” — Boogaloo Blues

Richard & The Young Lions — “Open Up Your Door” — Nuggets I: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era

Culture — “Two Sevens Clash” — Two Sevens Clash

Devo — “Fountain Of Filth” — Hardcore Devo Vol. 2

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Brice Coefield — “Cha-Cha Twist” — Malamondo 1

THE SECOND SET

Delai Alamos Con Los King Stay — “Ritmo Del Gogo” — MAG 45rpm

Jan Davis — “Hop, Skip & Jump” — Boss Guitar!

Bappi Lahiri — “Dance Music” — Bollywood Bloodbath: The B-Music of the Indian Horror Film Industry

The Commands — “Around The Go-Go” — On Duty With…

Mahamoud Ahmed — “Mar Teb Yilal Kafesh” — Ethiopiques Box 7″

Jackie Lomax — “Sour Milk Sea” — Is This What You Want?

Marcia Aitken & Trinity — “My Man / Blouse & Skirt” — Joe Gibbs 12″ Reggae Discomix Showcase Vol.1

Peppermint Harris — “Fat Girl Boogie” — Stompin’ 32

Françoise Hardy — “Dame Souris Trotte” — Soleil

THE THIRD SET

Mr. Percolator — “Got A Thing For You Baby” — The Sound Of Funk Volume Three: Serious 70’s Heavyweight Rarities

Cefe y Los Gigantes — “Sin Rancor” — Algo Salvaje: Untamed 60s Beat And Garage Nuggets From Spain Vol.2

Rudibaker — “Chicken Thighs” — Movin’ On With… Andre Williams: Greasy And Explicit Soul Movers 1956-1970

Livy Ekemezie — “Delectation” — Friday Night

Wire — “Map Ref. 41 °N 93° W” — 154

Grupo Naranja — “Duice Cariñito” — El Sonido De Tupac Amaru

The Twisters — “Run Little Sheba” — Gemini 45rpm

Les Jaguars de Casablanca — “Gonzales” — Radio Martiko 45rpm

The Crestones — “She’s A Bad Motorcycle” — The Madness Invasion Vol.2

THE FINAL SET

Los Destellos — “A Patricia” — The Roots of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru

Five Blacks — “Come On” — B&C 45rpm

Ja’afar Hassan — “Palestinian” — Choubi Choubi (Folk And Pop Songs From Iraq)

The Champs — “Mau Mau Stomp” — Everybody’s Rockin’ With The Champs

Dr. Alimantado — “Still Alive – Life All Over” — Greensleeves 12″ 45rpm

The Stooges — “My Idea of Fun” — The Weirdness

Rob — “More” — Afro-Beat Airways: West African Shock Waves (Ghana & Togo 1972-78)

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Jimmie Haskell And His Orchestra — “Blast Off!” — Lux and Ivy’s Favorites Vol. 12: The Lux Interior Memorial Edition – Journey into Outer Space

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #200 ~ 09-14-19]

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Pictured: Dara Puspita.

Here it is, Group: Our 200th broadcast! Reeshard & Lee-Roy spun favorite tunes from the previous twenty four episodes, as is their wont whenever rounding another 25 episode milepost. Overall, a convivial atmosphere was maintained on this most special evening at the Purple Bat Lounge — which is to say: no one was harmed (well, no one we cared about). With all-new play-by-play commentary from our DJ’s, a visit from Uncle Morty and news of a Lee-Roy-endorsed double feature at The Madison…all this and so much more can be yours for the taking, simply by clicking immediately below…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 200 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The Soul Generation — “Key To Your Heart” — On The Real Side: The Modern End Of Northern Soul

Tala A.M. — “Tcham Tcham” — African Funk Experimentals 1975 to 1978

Zu Zu Blues Band — “Zu Zu Man” — A&M 45rpm

Ros Serey Sothea & Dara Chom Chan — “Kone Oksok Nas Pa (We’re Very Bored, Dad!)” — Cambodian Rocks

Junior Walker & The All Stars — “Twist Lakawanna” — Instrumentals Soul-Style 1955-1962

Coco Lagos Y Sus Orates — “A La Capital” — Ritmo Caliente

The Thundermen — “Conjagua” — Kiski 45rpm

Mahamoud Ahmed — “Aynoche Terabu’ — Ethiopiques Box 7″

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Nite-Liters — “Afro-Strut” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Zorba & The Greeks — “Shockwave” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar, Vol. 4: Shockwave!

Napo De Mi Amor — “Cacatchoule” — Togo Soul 70: Edits & Rarities

Jeff Simmons — “Zondo Zondo” — Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up

Mighty Sparrow — “Fool Fool Fool” — Sparromania! Wit, Wisdom & Soul From King Of Calypso 1962-1974

Thurston Harris — “Purple Stew” — Early Rappers, Hipper Than Hop: The Ancestors of Rap

Kiko Mendive — “Vengo Cepillando” — Un Cubano En Mexico

Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band — “Dirty Blue Gene (Version 2)” — The Spotlight Kid Outtakes

Hayko — “Eyvallah” — Psych Funk À La Turkish Vol. 1

Doctor Mix And The Remix — “I Can’t Control Myself (Version)” — Rough Trade 45rpm

Takeshi Terauchi & “Blue Jeans” — “Tsugaru Jongara Bushi” — Guitar Mood

THE THIRD SET

The Har-You Percussion Group — “Welcome To The Party” — The Har-You Percussion Group

Ice — “Time Will Tell” — Africa Funk: Return To The Original Sound Of 1970s Funky Africa

The Downliners Sect — “Why Don’t You Smile Now” — Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts From The British Empire & Beyond 1964-1969

Joe Gibbs & The Professionals — “Zion Gate” — African Dub All-Mighty Chapter 3

Charles Senns — “Gee Whiz Liz” — Dr. Boogie Presents 26 Deranged and Smokin’ Cool Cats: : The Rocketing Rise and Fast Decline Of A Music Form Called Rockabilly 1954-1959

Joseíto Mateo — “Ahora Sí Hay Melao” — Mambo Calypso

The Pretty Things — “Come See Me” — Lux and Ivy’s Favorites Vol 3

Charanjit Singh — “Yahan Nahin Kahoongi – Claviolin (Mr. Romeo)” — Instrumental Film Tunes

The Shangri-Las — “Footsteps On The Roof” — Growin’ Up Too Fast: The Girl Group Anthology

THE FINAL SET

Roxy Music — “Virginia Plain” — Singles, B-Sides And Alternative Mixes

Sohail Rana — “Cobra Sway” — Khyber Mail

Gay Papa — “Gay Papa Cha Cha” — Las Vegas Grind Vol. 7

Los Pachecos — “Busca Ambiente” — Sabroso Guaguanco Vol. 5

Love — “Seven & Seven Is (mono mix)” — Da Capo

Dara Puspita — “Rantiku” — Dara Puspita 1966-1968

Sly — “Buttermilk, Pt. 1” — Higher!

King Tubby — “A Noisy Place (aka A Quiet Place)” — Trojan Presents: Dub – 40 Deep And Heavy Hits

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Family — “My Friend The Sun” — Bandstand

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #199 ~ 08-17-19]

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Pictured: Ray Davies of The Kinks.

Summer…will it never end? Lee-Roy, that most estimable DJ at the Purple Bat Lounge, probably hopes it won’t. He so enjoys the spectacle served up in the alley behind the bar every Saturday evening when the temperature approaches three digits. What spectacle, you ask? (You can’t have listened to this show very often.) I reference, of course, the perversely entertaining summertime ritual enacted on the bar’s Outdoor Patio™, wherein local pimp Lotsa Poppa tosses fistfuls of whatever insects are available at the carriage lamp-styled bug zapper…for the benefit of those psychopaths who consider such things amusing. And Lee-Roy, much to the chagrin of his co-host Reeshard, is definitely amused. Of course, lots of great music plays indoors. We learn of another weird late summer double-feature at The Madison, and Uncle Morty delivers the goods as usual. If you’re interested, just click a few pixels south of here and let that Brush St. magic wash over you…in the comparative safety of your own home…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 199 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Johnny Guitar Watson — “Ain’t That A Bitch” — Ain’t That A Bitch

Dizzy K Falola — “Feel Alright” — Be My Friend

The Tornados — “Scalping Party” — Surfin’ in The Midwest Vol. 4

Attarazat Addahabia & Faradjallah — “Al Hadaoui” — Al Hadaoui

Los Shakers — “Break It All” — Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts From The British Empire & Beyond 1964-1969

The Bennito Sextet — “Jumping With Me” — The Bennito Sextet Plus One

The Mystics — “Mexican Jumpin’ Bean” — King 45prm

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Shades — “Strolling After Dark (I Was A Teenage Werewolf)” — Songs The Cramps Taught Us Vol. 3

THE SECOND SET

The Young Ones Of Guyana — “Liquidator” — On Tour

Screamin’ Joe Neal — “She’s My Baby” — ‘Black’ Rock ‘N’ Roll/Savage Kick Vol.1

Waipod Petchsuphan — “Ding Ding Dong” — Paradise Bangkok: The Album, Vol. 2

Ike Isaacs And The Gourmets — “Chota Peg” — Wobbly Sounds: A Collection Of British Flexi Discs

Keith Hudson — “Formula Dub” — Playing It Cool & Playing It Right

The Kinks — “Revenge” — The Kinks [mono]

The Joe Cuba Sextet — “Sock It To Me” — Wanted Dead Or Alive (Bang! Bang! Push, Push, Push)

Jimmy McGriff — “Jungle Cat” — Technicolor Paradise: Rhum Rhapsodies & Other Exotic Delights

The Golden Ring — “Hey Girls” — Iranian Styled 60’s Garage & Other Exotic Sounds

Carl Holmes and The Commanders feat. Pervis Herder — “Crossin’ Over” — Absolute Funk 3

THE THIRD SET

Los Destellos — “El Marcianito” — Sicodélicos

The Night Riders — “Lookin’ For My Baby” — Lookey Dookey!

Lyn Taitt — “Out On A Funky Trip” — Out On A Funky Trip: Funk, Soul & Reggae From Randy’s 1970-75

The 13th Floor Elevators — “Tried To Hide” — The Psychedelic Sounds Of [Mono]

Joseph Kabasele — “B.B. 69” — Le Grand Kallé: His Life, His Music – Joseph Kabasele And The Creation Of Modern Congolese Music

Suicide — “Ghost Rider” — Suicide

Nico Gomez & His Afro Percussion Inc — “Baila Chibiquiban” — Ritual

Wire — “Our Swimmer [2nd Length] (Single)” — 154 (Special Edition)

Riz Ortolani — “Tiffany Sequence M. 22” — Beat at Cinecittà, Vol.1

THE FINAL SET

The Velvet Underground — “What Goes On” — The Velvet Underground [mono]

Orlando Julius with the Heliocentrics — “Jaiyede Afro” — Jaiyede Afro

The Montclairs — “Call The Police” — Itty Bitty Treasure Chest (Fortune Records) Vol. 2

Big Joe And King Tubby — “Rasta Train” — Tape Rolling! …With Bunny Lee & Friends: On Wax And In The Studio 1971-74

Alex Chilton — “All of the Time” — Ork Records: New York, New York

Cheo Marquetti Y Su Conjunto — “Labrando La Tierra” — Region Matancera

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The Coasters — “Three Cool Cats” — 50 Coastin’ Classics

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